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First licenced as GM7BUD in August 1988 as a class B then in July 1989 as GM0LVI as a class A. Though spent the previous few decades as an SWL on and off as work, family, studies and QTHs allowed.

Interest and enthusiasm declined from about 2007 mainly due to the accelerating decline in operating standards I encountered on HF.

Now my enthusiasm has been rekindled due to playing QRP radio where operating standards are pretty well what they were like when I first discovered ham radio decades ago. Getting big kicks from 1000 miles per Watt!!

Current setup at home - Elecraft KX3, 5 band 2 element quad, GP for 30m and HF2V on 40/80m. (FT1000MP sitting unused).

/Portable - abroad and in motorhome - KX3 and various GPs.

QSLing - I upload my home station log to LoTW about monthly. I make a lot of  /P contacts from various locations in Scotland and abroad (mainly SV8) and usually use paper logging for these and can't upload these as there are too many. If you wish a QSL for a /P contact a card via the bureau or direct will get you one.

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